Caroline-sy Hau

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Caroline-sy Hau
Kyoto University

Published Papers

Did Padre Damaso Rape Pia Abla?: Reticence, Revelation, and Revolution in Jose Rizal's Novels
Caroline-sy Hau
Philippine Studies   65(2) 133-197   Jul 2017   [Refereed][Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Sojourn   31(2) 463-496   Jul 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
Bequeathing Families: Inheritance, Maintenance and Change
Caroline-sy Hau
TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia   3(2) 153-157   Jul 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
Tiger Mother as Ethnopreneur: Amy Chua and the Politics of Chinesness
Caroline-sy Hau
TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia   3(2) 213-237   Jul 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
Privileging roots and routes Filipino intellectuals and the contest over epistemic power and authority
C.S. Hau
Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints   62(1) 29-65   2014   [Refereed]

Books etc

Interpreting Rizal
Caroline-sy Hau
Ateneo de Manila University Press   Jul 2018   
Elites and Ilustrados in Philippine Culture
Caroline-sy Hau
Ateneo de Manila University Press   May 2017   
Entangling Alliances: Elite Cooperation and Competition in the Philippines and China
Caroline-sy Hau (Part:Contributor, Chinese Encounters in Southeast Asia, ed. Pal Nyiri and Danielle Tan)
University of Washington Press   Dec 2016   
Elite: An Anthology
Caroline Sy Hau, Katrina P. Tuvera, Isabelita O. Reyes (Part:Joint Editor)
Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc.   May 2016   
Remembering/Rethinking EDSA
JPaul Manzanilla and Caroline Sy Hau, eds. (Part:Joint Editor)
Manila: Anvil Publishing Inc.   Mar 2016   
The Chinese Question: Ethnicity, Region and Nation in and beyond the Philippines
Hau, Caroline S.
Kyoto UP, Singapore National University Press and Ateneo de Manila University Press   2014   
Querida: An Anthology.
Caroline S. Hau, Katrina P. Tuvera, Isabelita O. Reyes, editors
Anvil Publishing, Inc   2013   
How is China Changing East Asia: The 21st Century System
Takashi Shiraishi and Caroline Sy Hau (Part:Joint Work)
中央公論社   Jul 2012   
Becoming "Chinese" in Southeast Asia, in "Sinicization and the Rise of China: Civilizational Processes Beyond East and West"
Caroline-sy Hau (Part:Contributor, ed. Peter Katzenstein)
Routledge   2012   
Ethnicity, Ideology and the "Chinese"/"Mestizo" Family in the Philippines, in "The Family in Flux in Southeast Asia
Caroline-sy Hau (Part:Contributor, ed. Yoko Hayami, Junko Koizumi, Chalidaporn Songsampan, Ratana Toaskul)
Kyoto University Press and Silkworm Press   2012   
Regional Contexts of Cooperation and Collaboration in Hong Kong Cinema, in "Popular Culture Co-Productions and Collaborations in East and Southeast Asia
Caroline Hau and Takashi Shiraishi (Part:Joint Work, ed. Nissim Otmazgin and Eyal Ben-Ari)
National University of Singapore Press and Kyoto University Press   2012   
Traveling Nation-Makers: Transnational Flows and Movements in the Making of Modern Southeast Asia.
Hau, Caroline S. and Kasian Tejapira, editors
Kyoto and Singapore: Kyoto University Press and NUS Press   2011   
Only Yesterday: China, Japan and the Transformation of East Asia, in "The Cold War in Asia: The Battle for Hearts and Minds"
Caroline Hau and Takashi Shiraishi (Part:Joint Work, ed. Zheng Yangwen, Hong Liu and Michael Szonyi)
Brill   2010   
The Filipino Novel in English, in "Philippine English: Linguistic and Literary Perspectives"
Caroline-sy Hau
Hong Kong University Press   2008   
Rethinking History and "Nation-Building" in the Philippines, in "Nation Building: Five Southeast Asian Histories"
Caroline-sy Hau
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies   2006   
On the Subject of the Nation: Filipino Writing from 1981 to 2004
Hau, Caroline S.
Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press   2004   
Language Policy and Ethnic Relations in the Philippines, in "Fighting Words: Language and Ethnic Relations in Asia"
Caroline-sy Hau
MIT Press   2003   
The Question of Foreigners: Nanyang Piaoliuji and the Re/making of Chinese and Philippine Nationness, in "Southeast Asia Over Three Generations: Essays Presented to Benedict R. O'G. Anderson"
Caroline-sy Hau
Cornell University Southeast Asia Program   2003   
Philippine Literary Nationalism and the Engendering of the Revolutionary Body, in "Body Politics: Essays on Cultural Representation of Women's Bodies"
Caroline-sy Hau
University of the Philippines Center for Women's Studies   2002   
Individual, Ethnic and National Identity in the Age of Globalization: The Case of the Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asia, in "Going Global: Asian Societies on the Cusp of Change"
Caroline-sy Hau (Part:Joint Work, ed. Armando Malay, Jr.)
University of the Philippines Asian Center   2001   
Necessary Fictions : Philippine Literature and the Nation, 1946-1980
Hau, Caroline S.
Ateneo de Manila University Press,   2000   
Intsik: An Anthology of Chinese-Filipino Writing.
Hau, Caroline S., editor
Anvil Publishing   2000   
The Haunting of Asia and Asians, in "'We Asians' BNetween Past and Future"
Caroline-sy Hau
Singapore Heritage Society and National Archives of Singapore   2000   
Toward an Interrogation of Identity and Culture in Philippine Chinese Fiction, in "Intercultural Relations, Cultural Transformation and Identity: The Ethnic Chinese"
Caroline-sy Hau
Kaisa para sa Kaunlaran   2000   
On Representing Others: Intellectuals, Pedagogy and the Uses of Error, in "Reclaiming Identity: Realist Theory and the Predicament of Postmodernism"
Caroline-sy Hau
University of California Press   2000   
"Who Will Save Us from the Law?": The Criminal State and the Illegal Alien in Post-1986 Philippines, in "Figures of Criminality in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Colonial Vietnam"
Caroline-sy Hau
Cornell University Southeast Asia Program   1999   
All the Conspirators by Carlos Bulosan.
Hau, Caroline S., editor
Anvil Publishing. American edition published by University of Washington Press   1998   
The Best of Tulay: An Anthology of Chinese Filipino Literature in English, Tagalog, and Chinese.
Teresita Ang-See, Caroline S. Hau, and Joaquin Sy, eds.
Kaisa para sa Kaunlaran, Inc.   1997   
Hierarchy and Hybridity in Homi Bhabha's "Signs Taken for Wonders," in "Critical Forum"
Caroline-sy Hau
National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Philippines   1994   

Conference Activities & Talks

For Whom are Southeast Asian Studies? [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Frank Golay Memorial Lecture   25 Oct 2019   
Keynote Speech, Transregional Southeast Asia: Perspectives from an Outlier [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
European Association of Southeast Asian Studies Conference   13 Sep 2019   
Keynote Speech, Tales of the Unexpected, or the Art of Border Raiding in a Time of Uncertainty [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Conference   1 Aug 2019   
Post-EDSA Philippine Studies: Issues and Challenges [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Conference for Young Scholars of Philippine Studies in Japan   8 Jul 2017   
The Woman Who Had Two Navels: Multiple Colonialism and Its Philippine Legacies [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Third International Summer School Lecture   28 Jul 2015   
Multiple Colonialism and Its Philippine Legacies [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Siting Postcoloniality   25 Jun 2015   
Ilustrado Politics and World Literature [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Berkeley-Kyoto Symposium on Narrating Southeast Asian Worldliness   24 Oct 2014   
Literary Representations of the Filipino Elite [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Philippine Studies Conference in Japan   1 Mar 2014   
Entangling Alliances: Elite Cooperation and Competition in the Philippines and China [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Kyoto-Hawaii Workshop on Plural Coexistence and its Discontents   9 Jan 2014   
Commodifying Chinesness: Southeast Asian Ethnoopreneurs and the Politics of Cultural Arbitrage [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
International Convention of Asia Scholars 8 Conference   25 Jun 2013   
Tiger Mother as Ethnopreneur: Amy Chua and the Politics of Chinesness [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Reconstituting Southeast Asian Families: Transnational Impacts and Local Dynamics SIEAS TRaNS Conference   23 May 2013   
Family, Nation and Region in Charlson Ong's "An Embarrassment of Riches" [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Association of Asian Studies   22 Mar 2013   
Transnational Flows and Movements in the Making of Nation and Region in East Asia [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Kritika Kultura Lecture   11 Feb 2013   
Privileging Roots and Routes: Filipino Intellectuals and the Contest Over Epistemic Power and Authority [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Historiography and Nation International Conferece   8 Feb 2013   
Nation, Region and Beyond Keynote Speech [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
Graduate Student Conference School of Pacific and Asian Studies University of Hawaii-Manoa   12 Apr 2012   
Lillian Too, Ethnopreneur [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
CSEAS_GRIPS Interantional Workshop on the Rise of China and the Transformation of Southeast Asia: National, International, and Transnational Perspectives   22 Jan 2012   
Commodifying Chineseness: Southeast Asian Ethnopreneurs and the Politics of Cultural Arbitrage
Caroline-sy Hau
CSEAS-Nanyang Technological University-Sun Yat-sen University Joint International Workshop Plural Co-existence: East Asian Experiences in Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives   11 Dec 2011   
Rizal, Ilustrado, OFW? Plenary Speech [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
International Conference on 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Jose Rizal   24 Jun 2011   
Becoming "Chinese" in Southeast Asia [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
International Workshop on Sinicization and the Rise of China   26 Mar 2011   
Rethinking Asianism as Network and Fantasy [Invited]
Caroline-sy Hau
International Workshop on Asianism   29 Jan 2011